Mary Hemmingsen is National Sector Leader for Power and Utilities and a Partner in our Advisory Services practice.  Mary brings over 20 years of senior experience, conceiving, structuring and implementing complex power service, asset acquisition and Infrastructure investment/development arrangements, as well as well as leading business process improvements and delivering financial and operating results.

Rob is VP Asia Pacific (Power) for SNC Lavalin responsible for the company’s power and capital businesses in India, Asia and Australia. He joined SNC Lavalin in October 2015 and is based in their Kuala Lumpur office.

Prior to this role 2014 Rob spent 18 years (the last 9 as CEO) helping position Pacific Hydro as Australia's most successful and dynamic international clean energy utility. From small beginnings in 20 years ago, the company became a leader in the hydro, wind and solar electricity markets in Australia and Latin America.

In her role as Vice President of Technical Division in Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS), Mrs. Yang Mi CHOI is responsible for the development and execution of facility technologies. With her degree in Electronic engineering in Ajou University and Techno-MBA in KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) led her working in IT department for 15 years which made her a great asset in KOGAS and later on she was given a chance to expand her career to new areas such as climate change and R&D field.

Regina has over 25 years of experience delivering large-scale business and technology changes to major energy companies around the world. She has provided advisory services across the entire oil and gas value chain from wellhead to retail. 
Regina is a sought-after speaker for renowned industry forums around the world, addressing issues most impactful to the energy industry. She’s a thought leader in national and local energy news discussions and has been named to Houston Business Journal’s Who’s Who in Energy four years running. 

Yasuko Yoshida was appointed as Country Chair and Integrated Gas Lead for Shell Myanmar in July 2015 and looks after the Shell businesses in Myanmar. Prior to her current role, she held a leadership role for Shell Japan as General Manager LNG & Strategy and worked on commercial opportunities in Upstream. During her career, she held various commercial roles for Shell in Japan and Australia in new business development, commercial joint venture governance, stakeholder management, and LNG marketing. These roles were primarily in the Upstream commercial and LNG business.

Meg Gentle is President and Chief Executive Officer of Tellurian Inc. She previously served as Executive Vice President, Marketing, at Cheniere Energy, Inc. Prior to that, she served as Senior Vice President, Marketing; Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer; Senior Vice President, Strategic Planning and Finance; Vice President of Strategic Planning; and Manager of Strategic Planning for Cheniere. Before joining Cheniere, Ms. Gentle spent eight years in energy market development, economic evaluation, and long-range planning.